Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) — Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. didn’t break promises on retirement benefits to employees of a brick-making business it acquired in 2000, the company said in a challenge to a lawsuit filed last month.

Judy Hunter, the chief financial officer at Acme Building Brands, along with another current and one former employee, sued Berkshire for breach of contract in federal court in Fort Worth, Texas, on Aug. 15.

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